A trip to Newby Bridge in Cumbria was Kate Middleton's last official outing in what's been a seriously busy week for mum-to-be.
The visit from the Duchess of Cambridge, who is five-months pregnant, is hoped to encourage other young adults to get involved with Scouting. UK Chief Scout Bear Grylls said: "The Duchess has an incredibly busy life, yet, since she joined the Scouts, she has so generously managed to volunteer some incredible time to help out and get involved with her local group."
Kate Middleton joined in with activities including fire-lighting and tree-climbing, designed to show her and her fellow volunteers how to train a group of Scouts.
Wrapped up against the chilly weather, Kate wore a classic parka, tweed Really Wild cap, Zara jeans and Le Chameau wellies, and accessorised with a blue, red and white Scout's neckerchief.
What a great role model.
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